Leonid Pushkin Quotes in The Living Daylights (1987)
Leonid Pushkin Quotes:
Brad Whitaker: How do you like my personal pantheon of great commanders?
Leonid Pushkin: Butchers.
Brad Whitaker: Surgeons. They cut away society's dead flesh.
James Bond: [Bond is pointing a gun at him] Get down on your knees. Put your hands behind your back.
Leonid Pushkin: You are professional. You do not kill without reason.
James Bond: 2 of our men are dead. Koskov's named you. Why should I disobey my orders?
Leonid Pushkin: I am in the dark as much as you. It is a question of trust. Who do you believe? Koskov, or me?
James Bond: If I trusted Koskov we wouldn't be talking. But as long as you're alive, we'll never know what he's up to.
Leonid Pushkin: [Slowly] Then I must die.
Leonid Pushkin: [Bond gets the drop on Pushkin] I take this is not a social call, 007.
James Bond: Correct.
[referring to flowers]
James Bond: You should have brought lilies.
Leonid Pushkin: May I ask why?
James Bond: Smiert Spionam.
Leonid Pushkin: Smiert Spionam? Was a Beria operation, in Stalin's time. It was deactivated 20 years ago.
James Bond: Two of our men are dead.
Leonid Pushkin: My condolences. We had nothing to do with it.
Leonid Pushkin: Put him on the next plane to Moscow...
General Georgi Koskov: Oh, thank you General, thank you so much...
Leonid Pushkin: ...in the diplomatic bag.
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